“New Mom’s Guide to Fixing Sleep Schedule for Health and Well-being”

The arrival of a new baby brings joy and excitement, but also sleepless nights for new parents. New moms, in particular, can struggle to get enough sleep due to the erratic schedule that comes with caring for a newborn. This sleep deprivation can lead to a range of health hazards, including depression, high blood pressure, […]

“Get Your Kids Vaccinated Against Influenza: Only 1 in 10 Aussie Kids Have Had the Jab”

With winter fast approaching, health professionals in Australia are calling on parents to vaccinate their children against influenza. A new report from the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) National Child Health Poll indicates that only 10% of children in Australia have received the flu shot. Additionally, 57% of Australian children are predicted to be vaccinated this […]

“Nutrition Tips for Managing Hypothyroidism and Weight Control”

There are people who do not lose weight even though they usually eat well and exercise hard. There are cases in which the body does not lose weight well, but surprisingly, these people often suffer from hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism refers to a condition in which thyroid hormones are not produced properly. When the thyroid hormone is […]

“Unusual Physical Symptoms of Stress: What Your Body is Telling You”

We experience big and small stresses in our lives. The causes range from external factors such as schoolwork, employment, and conflicts with friends to internal factors such as perfectionism and work addiction. Appropriate stress increases concentration and maintains tension. However, when excessive stress is received for a long period of time, various abnormal symptoms begin […]

How Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, and Diabetes Form a Vicious Cycle and Increase the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes (hyperglycemia) are chronic diseases that threaten vascular health. According to statistics, the estimated prevalence of hypertension among adults in their 20s and older in Korea is about 12.6 million, 11,558,000 adult hyperlipidemia patients, and 10 million diabetes patients, including pre-diabetic patients. Just looking at the statistics, it deserves to be called […]